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Jun
18
2016

Ranking the 5 best Offensive Linemen in the ACC for 2016.

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Time to look at the guys in the trenches!

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1) Roderick Johnson, Florida State

It’s nice luxury to have a pre-season All-American on your offensive line. That’s what Florida State has with the 6-7, 307 lb Roderick Johnson. ACC coaches named Johnson the top offensive lineman in the ACC last year, and several NFL mock drafts have him going in the 1st round.

2) Adam Bisnowaty, Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Panthers are going to have a really good offensive line this season. That starts with senior tackle 6-6, 300 lbs Adam Bisnowaty. The senior is projected to go anywhere from the 2nd – 4th round in the NFL draft. He was first team All-ACC selection last season.

3) Mitch Hyatt, Clemson

Mitch Hyatt came to Clemson as a 5-Star recruit and his freshman season didn’t disappoint. He started every game protecting QB Deshaun Waton’s blindside. He enters his sophomore season with future All-American written all over him.

4) Jay Guillermo, Clemson

Clemson arguably has the best offensive line in the country. It is no surprise that center Jay Guillermo is our second offensive  from Clemson on this list. He was a 2nd  team All-ACC selection last season.

5) Dorian Johnson, Pittsburgh

Didn’t we tell you Pittsburgh was strong along the offensive line? Dorian Johnson from Pittsburgh is the Panther’s seconds offensive linemen to make our top 5 rankings. He is 6-5 300 lb lineman that was named on of the top 100 players in College Football for 2016. 

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